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MOUNT YONAH 







Yonali Mountain, oft I ponder 
As my thoughtful glances wander 
O'er the splendor of thy might. 
Whether hidden truth or seeming, 
Granite fact or fancys' dreaming; 
Shows thy meaning's truest light. 

Was it merely accidental 
That in chaos elemental 
Thou wert molded there in rock? 
\rt thou hut a ledge upstanding, 
All the lower slopes commanding, 
Yet art hut a senseless block? 

Nay! I would invest thy story 
With a greater worth and glory. 
Born of all I feel ami see 
In thy wrinkles, wisdom laden 
Thy remoteness, well-nigh maiden. 
These and more are real to me. 

Thou dost stand a very token 
Of the might of God, unbroken 
Tho the solid earth must yield; 
May we. also, stand assoundly 
WOrking, trusting God profoundly, 
Boundless force for Right to wield. 

Yonah Mountain, now-as-ever — 
Brooding, hack of our endeavor. 
We shall gladly take thy name; 
Only keep for Piedmont's fellows 
All the hidden sense that mellows 
Thee, and aid each righteous aim. 



In the toner atop Yonah 



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The interior of our chapel 







MR. A. R. VAN CLEAVE, President 



"Memories are sunbeams through a sky of cloudy gray. Memories are roses in 
the rain.'" So run the words of a song popular a generation ago. We think 
of memories, however, as of real value at all times. Happy memories are roses 
not only in the rain, hut in the sunshine. They brighten all our days. 

This Yonahian will be for you a book of memories. I trust that to you they 
will be memories of happy, useful days. I hope that they will be memories 
of intellectual and spiritual progress, of work and play and worship, of associa- 
tion with friendly students and friendly men and women of the faculty. May 
this book always be to you a reminder of the golden days of youth, of days 
well spent on the Piedmont campus. 

When many years have fled and the fires of ambition have burned low, may 
the pages of this, the Piedmont Yonahian. help you to relive the days "when 
life was like a story holding neither sob nor sigh, in the olden, golden glory 
of the days gone by." 



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YONAHIAN 



PIEDMONT COLLEGE . DEMOREST, GEORGIA 




Jo Maret, Editor 
Helen Cannon, Business Manager 




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DEAN LESLIE JONES 



DR. W. S. ROBERTS 



Which is Dedicated to . . . 



This volume is humbly dedicated with sincerest gratitude and highest esteem 
to the memory of two men whose service to mankind was rendered through 
service to youth. Their Christ-like characters, a rare devotion to their 
chosen tasks, and their unselfish dedication to the goal of abundant life 
for other people have made them an inspiration and a benediction to 
many. Their students will always hold as sacred the memories of our 
beloved Dean. Leslie Jones, A.B., M.S., and the Chemistry Professor, William 
Silas Roberts, A.B., M.S., D.Ed. 



A. R. VAN CLEAVE 
President 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B., M.A., D.D. 




ADMINISTRATION 




E. L. RAGAR 

Dean 

Instructor in Education 

Jackson, Michigan 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 






MRS. W. B. SMITH 

Registrar 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B. 



C. L. PERCY 

Business Manager 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B., B.D., M.A., D.D. 




FACULTY 




MRS. W. A. BATSON 

Treasurer 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B. 



MRS. EFFIE C. 
STAMBAUGH 

Hostess 
Commons Hall 

Demorest, Georgia 



\\ \LTER WESTAFER 

Professor of Music 

Demorest, Georgia 
Mus.B., Mus.M. 



MISS AURELIA 
TOWNES 

Instructor in Music 

Greenville, South Carolina 
A.B., M.A. 




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FACULTY 




O'NEAL CAVE 

Professor of Physical 
Education 

Augusta, Georgia 
B.S., M.A. 



MRS. JANE WHITLOCK 

Girls' Coach 

West Frankfort, Illinois 
B.S., M.A. 



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MRS. AUDREY J. 
GARRARD 

Speech and Dramatics 

Hartwell, Georgia 
A.B., M.Ed. 



HOMER W. STEVENS 

Professor of Business 

Administration and 

Economics 

Deinorest, Georgia 

A.B., M.A., LL.B. 

LL.M., LL.D. 




FACULTY 




MISS LILLIAN McKEE 

Instructor in Social 
Science 

Thorsbv, Alabama 
A.B. 



MRS. RUTH FORD 
ATKINSON 

Professor of 
Mathematics 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 



TIM W. HOLBROOK 

Chaplain 
Professor of Religion 

Demorest, Georgia 
B.l'h., B.D. 



MRS. MARY C. JONES 

Librarian 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B. 




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FACULTY 




MRS. RAYMOND 
MULKEY 

Instructor in Business 
Administration 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B. 



MISS ELIZABETH 
KOPPE 

Instructor in Business 
Administration 

Atlanta, Georgia 



MISS ISABEL 
LUMSDEN 

Professor of Education 

Sautee, Georgia 
B.S., M.Ed. 



GERALD S. WOODARD 

Professor of History 

A.B., M.A. 




FACULTY 




G. TRACY 
OLMSTEAD, JR. 

Professor of Biology 

Savannah, Georgia 
B.S., M.S. 



MISS BETTY 
GARDNER 

Instructor in Biology 

Jacksonville, Florida 
B.S. 



MRS. GUY ADAMS, R.N. 

College Nurse 

Cornelia, Georgia 



MRS. MABLE S. PERCY 

Professor of Languages 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B., B.B.L. 




FACULTY 




FRANCES CONNER 
COOK 

Professor of English 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B., M.A. 



H. E. BOWEN 

Instructor in English 

Demorest, Georgia 
A.B. 



MISS SYBIL SUMMER 

Dietitian 

Instructor of Home 

Economics 

Newnan. Georgia 
B.S. 



MRS. HUGH SETTLE 

Assistant Librarian 

Deinorest, Georgia 
A.B. 




DAVID EDDY 

Publicity Agent 



NOT SHOWN 



MISS PEGGY GARRISON 

Instructor in Chemistry 

Clarksville, Georgia 
B.S., M.S. 







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HUBERT DAVIS, JO MARET, FRANK FOSTER, PATRICIA THOMASON 

FRANK FOSTER President 

JAMES BAILEY Vice-President 

MILDRED SHIRLEY Secretary 

PATRICIA THOMASON Treasurer 

JO MARET Historian 

HUBERT DAVIS Reporter 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



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MRS. SHIRLEY ADCOCK 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



THOMAS DONVEA ADCOCK 
Roanoke, Alabama 



SENIORS 



HELEN ALEWINE 

Lavonia, Georgia 



AURELIA ALLISON 

Cleveland, Georgia 





JAMES BAILEY 
Carnesville, Georgia 



CLAUDE BALLEW 

Demorest, Georgia 



SENIORS 



JIMMIE BEACHAM 
Blairsville, Georgia 



GLENN BEARDEN 
Clayton, Georgia 






MRS. AGNES BERRY 
Demorest, Georgia 



ALBERT BERRY 

Demorest, Georgia 



SENIORS 



NELSON WOOD 
Marietta, Georgia 



LAWSON BRADY 
Dacula, Georgia 






JACK BRODGEN 

Buford, Georgia 



EDWIN BRYANT 

Carnesville, Georgia 



SENIORS 



PAUL CARPENTER, JR. 

Demorest, Georgia 



DAVID COFFEE 
Cornelia, Georgia 






HUBERT DAVIS 

Toccoa, Georgia 



BARBARA CROW 
Cornelia, Georgia 





SENIORS 






CHARLES ELLIS 
Oxford, Georgia 




GLADYS FARMER 

Toccoa, Georgia 






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FRANK FOSTER 

Demorest, Georgia 



HAROLD FOSTER 

Toccoa, Georgia 



SENIORS 



FRANK L. FRANKS 

Commerce, Georgia 



RARRON GARRARD 

Hartwell, Georgia 



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JANE GOLDEN 
Cornelia, Ga. 



LEAH ROSE GRUBBS 
Demorest, Georgia 



SENIORS 



JOHN HARDY 

Cornelia, Georgia 



CRYSTAL HARWELL 
Madison, Georgia 





JAY HENDERSON 

Atlanta, Georgia 



EDWIN HOLCOMB 
Eastanollee, Georgia 



SENIORS 



RUTH HUNTER 
Leesburg, Florida 



JO JORDAN 

Comer, Georgia 





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HARVEY KITCHENS 

Oxford, Georgia 



ELIZABETH KOPPE 

Atlanta, Georgia 



SENIORS 



TED LAW 

Mountain City, Georgia 



VIRGINIA LEARD 

Colbert, Georgia 





ROSCOE LeCROY 
Martin, Georgia 



GEORGE LEDBETTER 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



SENIORS 



VIRGINIA LOUDERMILK 
Mount Airy, Georgia 



JO MARET 

Lavonia, Georgia 





EMMA JO MESCHINE 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



GERALD MINTER 

Marietta, Georgia 



SENIORS 



BETTY J. PAYNE 

Carnesville, Georgia 



BONA PUCKETT 
Buford, Georgia 





HOYT PURCELL 

Commerce. Georgia 



WILLIAM R. RIDGEWAY 
Homer, Georgia 



SENIORS 



HENRY ROBINSON 

Jefferson, Georgia 



FRANK RUSSELL 

Cleveland, Georgia 





DOROTHY SANDERS 
Bowersville, Georgia 



MILDRED SHIRLEY 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



SENIORS 



HENRY SKIPPER 
Flowery Branch, Georgia 



NOBLE SORROW 
Commerce, Georgia 





PATRICIA THOMASON 
Toccoa, Georgia 



LESTER WALL 
Clayton, Georgia 



SENIORS 



RALPH WHITE 
Alto, Georgia 



RUBY WILBANKS 

Clarkesville, Georgia 




SENIORS, NOT SHOWN 



CHARLES BELL 

Cornelia, Georgia 



WILLIAM (WICKY) LOLDERMILK 
Di'inorest, Georgia 



OSCAR COOK 
Cleveland, Georgia 



MRS. DOROTHY SHORE MAXWELL 

Cornelia, Georgia 



WILLIAM CRAGG 

Tiger, Georgia 



WALTER L. PADGETT 

Demorest, Georgia 



PRANCES KATHLEEN CRAWFORD 

Cornelia, Georgia 



JAMES M. TAYLOR 
Lakemont, Georgia 



ELLIS FOSTER 

Demorest, Georgia 



CHARLENE WILLIAMS 
Thorsby, Alabama 



PERRY HENDRIX 
Demorest, Georgia 




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JUNIORS 





RAYMOND BERRY, NANCY MARTIN, LLOYD HUNTER, RUBY WILBANKS 



NANCY MARTIN 



President 



LLOYD HUNTER Vice-President 

RUBY WILBANKS Secretary 



RAYMOND BERRY Treasu 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




B. E. ACREE 
Union Point, Georgia 



JOHN ANDERSON 
Thomasville, Georgia 



FRANCINE ARIAIL 

Cornelia, Georgia 



MARY AYERS 

Tallulah Lodge, Georgia 



REBECCA AYERS 

Cornelia, Georgia 



WENDY BERRONG 
Cornelia, Georgia 





RAYMOND BERRY 

Hackleburg, Alabama 



RUSSELL BLACK 
Demorest, Georgia 






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BERNARD BOWMAN 

Smyrna, Georgia 



JUNIORS 



HENRIETTA BRACK 

Dublin. Georgia 



BETTY ANN CARPENTER 
Baldwin, Georgia 



ARTHUR CHAMBLEE 

Tallulah Falls, Georgia 





COY FREE 

Canton, Georgia 



JUANITA COLLINS 
Clermont, Georgia 



ROBERT COOPER 
Braselton, Georgia 



PEGGY CROW 

Cornelia, Georgia 



WILLIAM DILLARD 

Cornelia, Georgia 



FRED FREE 
Mount Air?, Georgia 




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RAMONA GARRISON 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



ERNEST HARPER 
Demorest, Georgia 



MARY EVELYN HAYES 
Jemison, Alabama 



JUNIORS 



VIRLYN HOLCOMB 
Ball Ground, Georgia 



CECIL HUFF 
Union Point, Georgia 



GARY HUFF 
Union Point, Georgia 





LLOYD HUNTER 

Clayton, Georgia 



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ESTHER JOHNSON 
Georgetown, South Carolina 



WILLIAM JOHNSON 
Toccoa, Georgia 



ELSIE JORDAN 

Coiner, Georgia 



RORERT KIDD 

Gainesville, Georgia 



JANIE KING 

Cornelia, Georgia 




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ROBERT LAMB 
Demorest, Georgia 



WILMA LEACH 

Alto, Georgia 



BOB LOKEY 

Demorest, Georgia 



JUNIORS 



LARKIN LOUDERMILK 
Mount Airy, Georgia 



NANCY MARTIN 
Madison, Georgia 



RALPH MAXWELL 

Toccoa, Georgia 





J. C. MOSS 
Habersham, Georgia 



LEWIS McCOLLUM 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



RUTH McDUFFIE 

Ashland, Georgia 



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KATHRYN McMANUS 
Jacksonville, Florida 



WALLACE NELSON 

Nelson, Georgia 



PAULINE PARKER 

Clayton, Georgia 




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JOHN QUILLIAN 
Baxley, Georgia 



EUGENE RAMEY 

Cornelia, Georgia 







JULIO RUIZ 
Havana, Cuba 



JUNIORS 



HUGH SETTLE 

Demorest, Georgia 



JIMMIE SINGLETON 
Lavonia, Georgia 



CARLTON SISK 

Demorest, Georgia 





MARTHA ANN SMITH 
Cornelia, Georgia 



WALLACE STEED 

Carnesville, Georgia 



OTIS LEE TANNER 
Braselton, Georgia 






TRAVIS VAUGHN 

Lavonia, Georgia 



FRANCES WATERS 

Pendergrass, Georgia 



JACK WHITMIRE 

Canton, Georgia 





EDWIN WILLIAMS 
Winterville, Georgia . 



MACK WILLIAMS 

Social Circle, Georgia 



LOLA WOOD 
Dudley, Georgia 



JUNIORS 



NOT SHOWN 



HENRY ANDERSON 

Toccoa, Georgia 

WILLIAM LEE BRACHMAN 

Cornelia, Georgia 

BILLIE BROOKS 
Hoschton, Georgia 

STAN CARPENTER, JR. 
Demorest, Georgia 

WARREN COUCH 

Hampton, Georgia 

ROBERT J. DERRICK 

Demorest, Georgia 

MRS. GLADYS S. HALLFORD 
Demorest, Georgia 

HOMER HARDY 

Cornelia, Georgia 

MRS. BLANCHE BYERS MAYFIELD 

Demorest, Georgia 



WILLIAM G. McCLURE 

Clayton, Georgia 

EDWARD PAYNE 

Toccoa, Georgia 

JOHN SANDERS 

Baldwin, Georgia 

ROY STRICKLAND 
Westminster, South Carolina 

L. V. TOMPSON 
Wadley, Alabama 

THOMAS VANDIVER 
Demorest, Georgia 

JOSEPH WEBB 

Gainesville, Georgia 

LUCIUS G. CARNEY 
Winterville, Georgia 



SOPHOMORES 




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HELEN CANNON, JOE LATTANZI, LORA LANCASTER 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



RAY HADAWAY 



President 



HELEN CANNON Vice-President 

LORA LANCASTER Secretary 



JOE LATTANZI Treasurer 




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ARNOLD ADAMS 

Habersham, Georgia 

EARL BLANKENSHIP 
Demorest, Georgia 



JACK ALLAGOOD 
Baxley, Georgia 

FRANK BRUNER 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



ROANE ARRENDALE 

Tiger, Georgia 

RONALD BUFORD 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



ALGEN AYERS 
Cornelia, Georgia 

EVELYN CALLAS 
Demorest, Georgia 



BETTY BATSON 

Cornelia, Georgia 

Clayton, Georgia 
HELEN CANNON 



SOPHOMORES 



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JEAN CARLAN 
DeFuniak Springs, Florida 



GELETA CIIASTAIN 

Sautee, Georgia 



GRACE CODY 
Mount Airy, Georgia 



JEAN ETHERIDGE 

Carl, Georgia 



ROBERT FLOYD 

Clayton, Georgia 




LEROY GARLAND 

Clayton, Georgia 



MARVINE GILLESPIE 

Demorest, Georgia 



THOMAS GARNER 
Buford, Georgia 



HENRY THOMAS GREEN 
Habersham, Georgia 



EUGENE HARDEN 
Chicopee, Georgia 



CHARLES HARDMAN 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



JAMES GORDON 
HARRIS 

Bowman, Georgia 



CHARLES 
HENDRICKSON 

Demorest, Georgia 



WILLIAM 
HERRINGTON 

Brownwood, Georgia 



HN W. HOWARD 

I'occoa, Georgia 



MILO HOWARD 

Wrens, Georgia 




WILMER HOLBROOK WILLIAM HUNNICUTT 

Clarkesville, Georgia Cornelia, Georgia 



LORA LANCASTER 
Gainesville, Georgia 





ATOS LATTANZI 

Nelson, Georgia 



BILL LeCROY 

Carnesville, Georgia 



NANCY MeLAY VICTOR OWENBY 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mount Airy, Georgia 



BETTY JEAN 
LEDBETTER 

Tallulah Ealls, Georgia 

WARREN PASS 
Buford, Georgia 



JEAN LEE 
Lavonia, Georgia 



MARTHA FRANCE! 

MOORE 
Dewey Rose, Georgi 

COLRTNEY RANDOLPH JEWEL ROBINS0\ 

Clayton, Georgia Chattanooga, Tennes?- 



SOPHOMORES 



Clarkesville, Georgia 
CHARLES RAMSEY 



JO ANN SEAGRAYES 
Athens, Georgia 



JOHN SKELTON 
Royston, Georgia 



DOROTHY 
STONECYPHER 

Toccoa, Georgia 



POLLY TERRELI 
Carnesville, Georj 







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JAY TILLEY 

Gainesville, Georgia 



MARION TURK 

Tifton, Georgia 



KENNETH WATSON 
Demorest, Georgia 



CALVIN WATTS 

Tiger, Georgia 



LEROY WHITING 

Chieopee, Georgia 



BESSIE MAE SCALES 
Homer, Georgia 




NOT SHOWN 



ALBERTA OWENS 

Carnesville, Georgia 

HERBERT BALES 
Dublin, Georgia 

LOUISE BARRON 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

CHESTER W. BEACHAM 
Blairsville, Georgia 

FLETCHER BIDDY 

Tate, Georgia 

JOHN BRACHMAN 

Cornelia, Georgia 

PHIL BRADFORD 

Lavonia, Georgia 

ROBERT BROOKSHIRE 

Demorest, Georgia 

DIANE HASELET CARPENTER 

Demorest, Georgia 

BETTY CHRISTIAN 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

GEORGE CLINE 

Toccoa, Georgia 

WARREN R. CHILTON 

Marietta, Georgia 

MRS. EVELYN S. HUFF 
Demorest, Georgia 

KENNETH PALMER 
Habersham, Georgia 



MAUDE COLQUITT 

Geneva, Georgia 

NELLIE C. DERRICK 
Demorest, Georgia 

WILLIAM DILLASHAW 

Demorest, Georgia 

LEON DYER 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

ALTON FULBRIGHT 

Dalton, Georgia 

RAY HADAWAY 

Buford, Georgia 

WILLIAM HUNT 

Demorest, Georgia 

VERNON IVESTER 
Eastanolee, Georgia 

JOHN KNIGHT 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

THELMA LOUDERMILK 
Mount Airy, Georgia 

WILLIAM E. LOUDERMILK 

Toceoa, Georgia 

KELLY QUILLIAN 

Winder, Georgia 

HERSHEL A. PAYNE 

Baldwin, Georgia 

GARLAND SMITH 

Clayton, Georgia 

JACK WATSON 

Eastanollee, Georgia 






FRESHMEN 






LOY JOHNSON, PORTIA CHAMBERLAIN, JIMMIE FLOYD 



JIMMIE FLOYD President 

LOY JOHNSON Vice-President 

JOANNE JONES Secretary 

PORTIA CHAMBERLAIN Treasurer 



FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 




ANNIE ROSE ALLEN 

Sautee, Georgia 



MARY BATSON 
Deinorest, Georgia 



IRENE BLACKSTOCK 
Auburn, Georgia 



WILLIAM E. BRANCH 

Baxley, Georgia 



ROY BREWI 
Lula, Georgi 1 | 



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FRESHMEN 



BRLCE BROWN 

Cornelia, Georgia 

KENNETH CASH 
Carnesville, Georgia 



LINDA BRUNER 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



PORTIA CHAMBERLIN 

East Northfield, 

Massaehusetts 



ELSIE BURRELL 
Kitzmiller, Maryland 

PHOEBE COOK 
Winder, Georgia 



PATRICK BUTLER 

Westminster, 

South Carolina 

EDWARD CORRY 

Union Point, Georgia 



MAGGIE CANNOH 
Clayton, Georgia: 

HOMER LEE DANI'. 
Deinorest, Georg 





L4CE DAVIS 

coa, Georgia 



JOHN DAVIS DEAL 

Toccoa, Georgia 



ANDERSON DILWORTH 
Carnesville, Georgia 



MONTEE EASON 

Surrency, Georgia 



JULHjS BOYD ELLER 
Demorest, Georgia 



GRACE ELROD 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



DELORES FULLER 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



AUBREY FINCH 
Union Point, Georgia 



JAMES FLOYD 
Jasper, Georgia 



TERRY FLOYD 

Jasper, Georgia 



HAZEL GARDNER 

Commerce, Georgia 



MARY NEIL HARDMAN 
Lake Wales, Florida 



DORIS HILL 
Habersham, Georgia 



DELORES HUGHES 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 




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LOMAN JENKINS 

Seivierville, Georgia 



ALTON JOHNSON 
Union Point, Georgia 



BOBBY JOHNSON 
Toccoa, Georgia 



MBS. IMOGENE 

JOHNSON 
Hartwell, Georgia 



LOY JOHNSON 
Hartwell, Georgia 



FRESHMEN 



JOANNE JONES 
Clayton, Georgia 

LOUIS LOVIN 

Auburn, Georgia 



WILMA KELLEB 

Toccoa, Georgia 

MILLABD MATTHEWS 

Hollywood, Georgia 



ODELLE KELLY 
Babun Gap, Georgia 

BETTY MOBBIS 

Madison, Georgia 



LOBNA LANDEBS 
Mount Airy, Georgia 

JOYCE McADAMS 

Madison, Georgia 



JACK LITTLE 

Gainesville, Georg 

BETTY NALLS 
Demorest, Georgi 




DORIS McMANUS 
Jacksonville, Florida 







LAVAUGHN NIX 

Demorest, Georgia 



VAN OWENS 
Carnesville, Georgia 



JOHN E. PARDl E 

Demorest, Georgia 



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BETTY RUTH PAY 
Martin, Georgia 



PEGGY JOYCE OLIVER 
Clermont, Georgia 



LEONARD PITTS 

Toccoa, Georgia 



JIMMY ROBINSON 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



BYARD ROPER 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



CONNY SHIRLEY 

Tiger, Georgia 



WILLIAM SLATON 
Toccoa, Georgia 



JUANITA SNELLING 
Comer, Georgia 



CHARLES KENNETH 

SOSEBEE 
Habersham, Georgia 



HARVEY STOWE 
Toccoa, Georgia 




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CHARLOTTE SULLIVAN POLLY ANN TAYLOR JOHANNA THOMPSON EUGENE TURPIN 

Lakemont. Georgia Toccoa, Georgia Lula, Georgia Lithia Springs, Georgia 



LETHA WAGS 
Daeula, Gem i 



FRESHMEN 



RESSIE FAY WATTS 

Tiger, Georgia 

MARY WOODALL 

Cornelia, Georgia 



PEARSON WHITE, SR. 

Cornelia. Georgia 

CATHERYN WOODARD 
Dublin, Georgia 



WILLIAM WITHROW 

Demorest, Georgia 

NELLIE CRANE 
Homer, Georgia 



ROY WOOD 
Clanton, Alabama 

MARY ELIZARETH LAW 

Clayton, Georgia 




FRESHMEN, NOT SHOWN 



MRS. MARY RALLEW 
Demorest, Georgia 

JAMES RRADY 

Dacula, Georgia 

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM 
Cornelia, Georgia 

WENDELL FENNELL 
Demorest, Georgia 

HENRY HERRERT GOOLSRY 

Carnesville, Georgia 

JOSEPH JONES 
Clarkesville, Georgia 

ARTHUR MELVIN KATZ 
Rrookline, Massachusetts 

HAY KELLING 

Toecoa, Georgia 

DONALD KENNEDY 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



HENRY DAN POWERS 
Toecoa, Georgia 

GLENN RAMEY 
Toecoa, Georgia 

JEAN ANNETTE RIDGEWAY 
Homer, Georgia 

RRANNON W. RIDINGS 
Nelson, Georgia 

THOMAS RUCKER 
Lakemont, Georgia 

FLOYD E. STANCIL 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

MARY VENITA WAGES 

Tallulah, Georgia 

JIMMIE LOU YEARWOOD 

Clarkesville, Georgia 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



ASA M. RROWN 
Hartwell, Georgia 



FRANCES GILLESPIE 

Commerce, Georgia 



GUIN CRONIC JUAN ALONSO MARIN 

Gainesville, Georgia Havana, Cuba 

RORERT RUSSELL 

Cleveland, Georgia 








MRS. SHIRLEY ADCOCK 



DON ADCOCK 



Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges 

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES is a publication in which appears the biographies of out- 
standing students selected from six hundred schools in the country. This 
recognition is the culmination of all college honors and achievements. Selec- 
tions are based upon the student's scholarship, his cooperation and leadership 
in academic and extra-curricular activities, his general citizenship, his promise 
of future usefulness to business and society. 



HUBERT DAVIS 



JO MARET 



HENRY ROBINSON 





ACTIVITIES 



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OTIS "PUNK" TANNER 

President 



TRAVIS VAUGHN 
Viee-Presiden t 



J. S. GREEN SOCIETY 



Societies play an important part in the life at Piedmont. The J. S. Green 
Society, founded by the pioneers of the college, has developed with the college 
and has helped deepen the spirit of loyalty and devotion to the faculty and 
administration. It has endeavored to create bonds between students and the 
school, which will mean liberty attachment to the Green and Gold. 



CECIL HUFF 

Secretary and Treasurer 



ROB LOKEY 
Reporter 



PROF. HOYT ROWEN 

Sponsor 




B. E. Acree 


Jimmic Beacham 


Jack Allagood 


Mini.- Hendrickson 


Alton Johnson 


Henry Skipper 


Ted Law 


Bona Puckett 


Joe Lattanzi 


Hubert Davis 


Jack Little 


Frank Foster 



Jerry Minter 


Bernard Bowman 


Ralph Maxwell 


Pat Butler 


Wallace Nelson 


Edward Corry 


Henry Robinson 


Bob Cooper 


Jimmie Singleton 


Charles Ellis 


Ed Williams 


Aubrey Finch 


Eugene Turpin 


Terry Floyd 


Harvey Kitchens 


Jimmie Floyd 


Bill Slaten 


Ed 1 lolcomb 


Warren Pass 


Lloyd Hunter 


Hugh Settle 


Gary Huff 


Frank Franks 


Loy Johnson 


NOT 


SHOWN 


Bud Beacham 
Guin Cronic 
Homer Hardy 
Ray Hadaway 
Wicky Loudermilk 
Bill McClure 


Ed Payne 
Bob Russell 
Roy Strickland 
Jack Watson 
Vic Thompson 
Albert Berry 





ROSCOE LeCROY 

President 



JAMES BAILEY 
Vice-President 



PROTROPIAN SOCIETY 



The name, Protropian, is derived trom a Greek word meaning "In the fore- 
front." Every member is looking forward, striving to make the organization a 
vital part of our college life. This was the ideal of the charter members and 
so it remains today. It lives in the heart of every Protropian. 

Now with the past behind us with its victories and the future before us with 
its opportunities, may no loyal "Prot" rest upon his glories but with the 
energy and vision of the pioneer do his utmost to bring into realization, 
"A Greater Piedmont" and "A Greater Protropian Society." 



HOYT PURCELL 

Secretary 



JAY HENDERSON 

Treasurer 




Glenn "Pug" Bearden 
Robert Floyd 
Milo Howard 



Bill Herrington 
Bill LeCroy 
John Quillian 



Julio Ruiz 
Lester Wall 
Nelson Wood 



Roy Wood 
Robert Lamb 
Earnest Harper 



Ed Bryant 
Ionian Jenkins 
Dr. Silas Roberts 
(honorary member) 



NOT SHOWN 

Billie Brooks 

Colonel G. C. Oliver 

Bessie Mae Scales, Sponsor 






DOT SANDERS 
President 



FRANCES WATERS 
Vice-President 




GAMMA CHI 



MOTTO 

"Make use of the day" 



COLORS 

Gray and Purple 



FLOWER 
Pansy 



The Gamma Chi Society is a literary society for women. Our aim 
is to promote cooperation and friendship among the students. 



RETTY PAYNE 

Secretary 



CRYSTAL HARWELL 

Treasurer 



MISS LILLIAN McKEE 

Co-Sponsor 




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Nellie Crane 
Jo Jordan 
Polly Terrell 
Bessie Mae Scales 



Courtney Randolph 
Pauline Parker 
Betty Morris 
Emma Jo Meschine 



Kathryn McManus 
Doris McManus 
Ruth McDuffie 
Nancy Martin 



Virginia Leard 
Lora Lancaster 
Elsie Jordan 
Ruth Hunter 



Mary Neil Hardman 
Ramona Garrison 
Gladys Farmer 
Evelyn Callas 



NOT SHOWN 
Frances Gillespie 
Mrs. Jane Whitlock, 
Co-Sponsor 



Jean Carlan 
Agnes Berry 






PAT THOMASON 
President 



JUANITA COLLINS 
Vice-President 



HELEN ALEWINE 
Secretary 



THETA ZETA PHI 



MOTTO 

Knowledge is the golden key that opens the door to success. 

COLORS FLOWER 

Black and Gold Gold Chrysanthemum 

The ideals for which we stand are symbolized in the three words — 
Theta, Zeta, Phi — Love, Idealism, Friendship. 

Our members aspire for the development of character and strive to 
enlarge their capacities for nobler and more fruitful service. 



NITA SNELLING 
Reporter 



MARTHA FRANCES MOORE 
Chaplain 



RARBARA CROW 

Parliamentarian 



IMOGENE JOHNSOr 
Treasurer 



MRS. FRANCIS COC 

Sponsor 




Marian Turk 
Jewel Robinson 
Francine Arial 
Elizabeth Koppe 
Rebecca Ayers 
Jane Golden 



Virginia Loudermilk 
Mildred Shirley 
Jo Maret 
Marv Avers 
Ruby Wilbanks 
Retty Carpenter 



Sibyl Summer 
Retty Gardner 
Ressie Fay Watts 
Rettv Nalis 
Wilma Kellar 
Dot Stonecypher 



Esther Johnson 
Letha Wages 
Geleta Chastain 
Van Owens 
Phoebe Cook 
Maggie Cannon 



Peggy Crow 
Polly Taylor 
Annie Rose Allen 
Aurelia Allison 
Irene Rlackstock 
Algene Ayers 



Grace Elrod 
Cathryn Woodard 
Joyce McAdams 
Elsie Rurrell 
Johanna Thompson 
Jean Ethridge 



Delores Hughs 
Delores Fuller 
Marvine Gillespie 
Portia Chamberlain 
Mary Elizabeth Law 
Joanne Jones 



Retty Ruth Payne 
Lora Landers 
Peggy Joyce Oliver 
Leah Rose Grubbs 
Nancy McLay 
Henrietta Rrack 



Lola Wood 

Retty Jean Ledbetter 

Helen Cannon 

Jo Ann Seagraves 

Jean Lee 

Retty Ratson 



Grace Cody 
Mary Evelyn Hayes 
Janie King 
Wilmot Leach 
Ann Smith 

NOT SHOWN 
Rettie Christian 
Maude Colquitt 
Diane Carpenter 
Shirley Adcock 



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Wendy Berrong 


Phoebe Cook 


Lola Wood 


Grace Elrod 


Hubert Davis 


Marvine Gillespie 


J. G. Harris 


William Slaton 



John Skelton 
Eugene Ramey 
Roy Wood 
Mack Williams 
Joanne Jones 
Pauline Parker 
Courtney Randolph 
Betty Jean Ledbetter 
Lora Lancaster 
Mary Evelyn Hayes 
Crystal Harwell 
Polly Taylor 
Ruth Hunter 
Betty Ruth Payne 
Frances Waters 
Betty J. Payne 



Coy Free 
Lavvson Brady 
Jack Whitmire 
Marian Turk, Pianist 
Miss Aurelia Townes 




GLEE CLUB 



ORCHESTRA 




LILLIAN McKEE .... First Violin 
ELIZABETH KOPPE . . . First Violin 
MARVINE GILLESPIE . . Second Violin 

SHIRLEY ADCOCK Clarinet 

RUTH HUNTER Clarinet 

HOWARD DAVIS 'Cello 

JOHN GILLESPIE Bass 

BOB LAMB Saxophone 

WENDY BERRONG Viola 

MARION TURK Flute 

JACK BROGDON p,„, lo 

SIBYL SUMMER p,„, lo 




TIM W. HOLBROOK 

Faculty Advisor 




YONAHIAN STAFF 



JO MARET 
Editor 



HELEN CANNON 
Business Manager 

NITA SNELLING 
Art Editor 

HELEN ALEWINE 

Sports Editor 

MILDRED SHIRLEY 

BETTY PAYNE 

MARTHA FRANCES MOORE 

JEAN CARLAN 

JEAN LEE 
Associate Editors 




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MILDRED SHIRLEY 
Editor 

HENRIETTA BRACK AND ELSIE JORDAN 

Associate Editors 

VIRGINIA LEARD 

Assistant Editor 

TRAVIS VAUGHN AND ELSIE JORDAN 
Sports Editor 

MARY EVELYN HAYES AND JEWEL ROBINSON 

Feature Editors 

JO ANN SEAGRAVES 
Business Manager 

LOY JOHNSON 

Assistant Business Manager 

JOHN QUILLIAN 

Circulation Manager 

ELSIE BURREL 
Art Editor 

JEWEL ROBINSON, J. G. HARRIS, GRACE ELROD, JOHN SKELTON, 
MARTHA FRANCES MOORE, COURTNEY RANDOLPH, WILMA LEACH 

Reporters 

A bi-monthly publication of the Student Association at 
Piedmont College. 



MILDRED SHIRLEY, Editor 



PIEDMONT OWL 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

OFFICERS 

MARTHA FRANCES MOORE President 

JUANITA COLLINS Secretary 

JEAN LEE Reporter 

HUBERT DAVIS Program Chairman 

PROF. GERALD S. WOODARD Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

J. G. Harris Joanne Jones 

Van Owens Anderson Dilworth 

Elsie Burrel Bessie Fay Watts 

Polly Taylor Letha Wages 
Betty Ruth Payne 



MR. WOODARD, MARTHA FRANCES MOORE, HURERT DAVIS, JEAN LEE, J. G. HARRIS 




DELTA PSI OMEGA 



This is a national fraternity of dramatic actors. Our charter was granted to us in August, 1948, for 
the outstanding work of the production and performance of "The Brat" and "The Barretts of Wim- 
pole Street." 

OFFICERS 

HUBERT DAVIS President 

EUGENE RAMEY Vice-President 

MARVINE GILLESPIE Secretary 

VIRGINIA LEARD Treasurer 



Crystal Harwell 
Ann Smith 
Loy Smith 
Henry Skipper 
Ralph Maxwell 
Marvine Gillespie 
Virginia Leard 



MEMBERS 

Hoyt Bowen, Prof. 

Francis C. Cook, Prof. 

Irene Harmon 

Gudmund Vigtal (Norway) 

Jaun Gearnaut (Holland) 

Hubert Davis 

Eugene Ramey 




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DRAMA CLUB 

This is one of the major, active organizations on the campus. In addition to the one major play each 
quarter, the Drama Club presents a thirty-minute radio program each week and two or three chapel 
programs each quarter. 

OFFICERS 

HUBERT DAVIS President 

EUGENE RAMEY Vice-President 

MARVINE GILLESPIE Secretary 

VIRGINIA LEARD Treasurer 

MRS. AUDREY GARRARD Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

Delores Fuller John Skeleton 

Elsie Jordan Delores Hughs 

Crystal Harwell John Quillian 

Ann Smith J. G. Harris 

Imogene Johnson Henry Skipper 

Jean Carlan Loy Johnson 

NOT SHOWN 
Ralph Maxwell Betty Gardner 

Billie Brooks Wendy Berrong 

Kathryn McManus Janie King 



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BAPTIST STUDENTS 



This is a small group of the Baptist students on the campus. They plan to 
organize a Baptist Student Union in the near future to help carry on the 
religious program on the campus. 



Jo Maret 
Dottie Sanders 
Betty Payne 
Helen Cannon 
Helen Alewine 
Pat Thomason 
Elsie Jordan 
Polly Terrel 
Frances Waters 
Crystal Harwell 
Lora Lancaster 



Jo Anne Seagraves 
Delores Fuller 
Delores Hughs 
Jean Lee 

Mary Evelyn Hayes 
Roane Arrendale 
J. G. Harris 
Hubert Davis 
John Skelton 
Roy Wood 








WEDNESDAY CHAPEL 
Raymond Berry 
Henrietta Brack 
Jo Ann Jones 
Jo Ma ret 
John Quillian 



VESPERS 
Juanita Collins 
J. G. Harris 
Robert Lamb 
Wilma Leach 
Joyce McAdams 
Martha F. Moore 
Hoyt Purcell 
Courtney Randolph 
Jo Ann Seagraves 
Marion Turk 
Mack Williams 
Roy Wood 



FRIDAY CHAPEL 
Helen Cannon 
Portia Chamberlain 
Nellie Crane 
Don Adcock 
Marvine Gillespie 
Mary Evelyn Hayes 
Elsie Jordan 



Tim Holbrook, Chaplain 




FACULTY MEMBERS 
Tim W. Holbrook, Elizabeth Koppe, Aurelia Townes, Betty Gardner, 
Mrs. Raymond Mulkey, Hoyt Bowen, David Eddy. 

The Religious Committee is composed of three subdivisions: the 
Wednesday Chapel Committee, the Friday Chapel Committee, and the 
Vespers Committee. These committees arrange the programs and secure 
speakers. They promote religious activities on the campus. 



RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE 




HENRY ROBINSON, CRYSTAL HARWELL, PUNK TANNER 



OFFICERS 

HENRY ROBINSON President 

OTIS "PUNK" TANNER Vice-President 

CRYSTAL HARWELL Secretary 

COURTNEY RANDOLPH Treasurer 



The Student Association is an organization of all the students. Regular meetings are held at which 
time the problems and business of the student body are taken up and acted upon. 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



DEBATE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

PROF. H. E. BOWEN Sponsor 

DONADCOCK President 

COURTNEY RANDOLPH Vice-President 

JOHN QUILLIAN Recording Secretary 

PORTIA CHAMBERLAIN Corresponding Secretary 

Warren Couch Jo Ann Jones 

Shirley Adcock John Skelton 

Hubert Davis Bill Herrington 

Billy Brooks John Anderson 



The Debate Club is one of the lively organizations on the campus. They meet and debate with other 
debating societies in North Georgia. The Debate Club gave a radio program on "Federal Aid to Edu- 
cation" over WKLY, Hartwell, Georgia. 





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P" CLUB 



TED LAW President 

ELLIS FOSTER Vice-President 

JO MARET Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Jimmy Beacham Helen Alewine Ken Palmer 

Ed Williams Lora Lancaster Ted Law 

Bud Beacham Bob Lokey Ellis Foster 

Punk Tanner Wallace Nelson HONORARY 

Henry Robinson Travis Vaughn MEMBERS 

Cecil Huff Ray Hadaway Albert Berry 

Gary Huff Joe Lattanzi Henry Skipper 

Bob Cooper Harold Foster Crystal Harwell 

Nancy Martin Guin Cronic Pat Thomason 

Elsie Jordan Wicky Loudermilk Ed Holcomb 

Jo Maret Thelma Loudermilk Ann Smith 

Helen Cannon Wick Dillashaw 



The "P" Club is an honorary society on the campus. Only those winning major letters in basket- 
ball or baseball are eligible for membership. Cheerleaders and managers are honorary members. 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 



These students represent the Social Science Department. They plan special 
activities for the Social Science classes. These include such things as trips to 
points of interest and the presentation of special movies. 



MISS LILLIAN McKEE 
Department Head 

J. G. HARRIS, JR. 
Chairman 

ARTHUR CHAMBLEE 
Secretary and Business Manager 

MRS. IMOGENE JOHNSON 
HARVEY STOWE 
REBECCA AYERS 



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FRANCES GILLESPIE, DELORES FULLE R, JOHN SKELTON, CRYSTAL HARWELL. 



CHEERLEADERS . . . 



With the aid of our capable cheerleaders, Piedmont was able to win many 



victories. 






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SPORTS 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 



The men's intercollegiate basketball consists of a varsity and a "B" team. The 
varsity, coached by O'Neal Caves, competes with varsity teams of other col- 
leges in the Southeast. The "B" team, coached by Henry Robinson, competes 
with teams of junior colleges and athletic clubs. 



JACK WATSON 





VARSITY 

RUSSELL, HUFF, WILLIAMS, COOPER, TANNER, BEACHAM, J. THOMPSON, CORRY, WATSON, 
MeCLURE, HUNTER; DEAL, Manager; SLATON, Manager; BEACHAM, B., Trainer; CAVES, Coach. 



"B" TEAM 

Finch 

Strickland 

Maxwell 

Brooks 

Hunter 

Minter 

Watson 

Hadaway 

Deal 

Robinson, Coach 

Vaughn 

Hendrickson 

Davis 




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LOUDERMILK, MARET, JORDAN, THOMASON, CANNON. RLACKSTOCK, LANCASTER, SNELLING 

ALEWINE, MARTIN, ODOM, ELROD. 



The girls' basketball team, coached by Mrs. Jane Whitlock, competes with 
organized teams in North Georgia. 



GIRL'S BASKETBALL 




'Rec Tech" 



Watson scores again 





What could this be but a "toss-up?"" 




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A clash with North (Georgia 
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BASEBALL 



Baseball is the main sport played on the campus in the Spring. Piedmont's baseball team plays other 
college teams in this vicinity. With the good team and the support of the students, this promises to 
be a good year. 





PLAYERS 


Turpin 


Ridings 


Huff, G. 


Chilton 


Harden 


Beacham 


Huff, C. 


Loudermilk, W. 


Russell 


Strickland 


Corry 


Loudermilk, J. 


Lattanzi 


Palmer 


Cooper 


Robinson 


Sosebee 


Nelson 


Hadaway 


Williams, Manager 


Vaughn 


J. D. Deal, Manager 





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PITCHERS 


CATCHERS 


Cecil Huff 


Ken Sosebee 


Edward Corry 


Brannon Ridings 


Bob Cooper 


Ray Hadaway 


Roy Strickland 





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Eugene Turpin 


Bob Russell 


Gary Huff 


Wallace Nelson 


Travis Vaughn 


Joe Lattanzi 


Gene Harden 


Wicky Loudermilk 


Warren Chilton 


Ken Palmer 


Joey Loudermilk 




Bud Beacham 




Henry Robinson 





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ALMA MATER 

Where the Georgian hills grow purple, 

In the sunset glow, 
Proudly stands our Alma Mater, 

In a vale below. 

CHORUS 

Green and Gold float on for aye; 

Old Piedmont for thee, 
We, thy loyal sons and daughters, 

Bless thy memory. 

As around the mighty oak tree, 

Clings the ivy vine, 
So around thee, dear old Piedmont 

Loyal hearts entwine. 

CHORUS 

Here's to thee then dear old Piedmont ! 

May you ever stand, 
As an emblem of the noblest 

In our fair Southland. 



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PIEDMONT FOR MINE 

Among the hills of Habersham 

Where skies are ever blue, 
Old Piedmont takes her stand — 

The pride of Dixie Land. 
And while the waters of Lake Demorest 

Make ripples in the breeze, 
And rainbows glow with Green and Gold 

The words we'll sing are these — 

CHORUS 

It's Piedmont for mine, Piedmont for mine 
That's the school I love the best, 

Down in Georgia, Demorest, 

The sun always shines on that place so fine. 

And I'll always say as I say today, 
It's Piedmont for mine. 

Friendships form that brave the storm 

Of hardships great or small; 
Our lives are molded here, 

Our Alma Mater Dear 
And when we enter in that larger life 

In sunshine or in rain, 
Our hearts will turn again to Demorest 

And then again we'll sing — 



SENIOR 



CLASS 



ACTIVITIES 



MRS. SHIRLEY ADCOCK 

Marquette University 1, 2; Piedmont 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Social Science: Minor, Music. 
Phi Chi Sorority; Band: Intramural Athletics 1, 2; Orchestra; Theta Zeta Phi; Debate Club 
3, 4; Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. 



DON ADCOCK 

Southern Union College 1 ; Bowling Green Business University 2: Piedmont 3, 4; A.B. Degree: 
Major, Business Administration: Minor, Social Science: Glee Club; Football: President Fresh- 
man Class; Big Four Debating Club 2; Honor Council 3; Debating Club 3. 4; Chapel Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities 4. 



MRS. AGNES BERRY 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Elementary Education; Minor. English: 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Chi 1. 2. 3. 4: Chaplain of Gamma Chi 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 
1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3: Dance Club 3. 



ALBERT L. BERRY 

Piedmont College 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree: Major, Biology; Minor. Social Science; J. S. Green 
1. 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3: Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: "P" Club 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Debate Club 2. 3; Boxing 1,2: Y.M.C.A. 1,2: Veterans' Club 4: Biology Lab Assistant 4: 
Sports Reporter for Owl 2. 



FRANK L. FRANKS 

Piedmont 1. 2, 3. 4: Major. Biology; Minor, Social Science. 

LAWSON BRADY 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Mathematics; Minor. Mixed Science: Basketball 1 
Glee Club 1. 

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HELEN ALEWINE 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4; B.S. Degree: Major. Mixed Science; Minor. English: Theta Zeta Phi 
1. 2. 3. 4; Vice-President of Theta Zeta 2: Secretary of Theta Zeta 4: Basketball 2. 4: "P" 
Club 2. 3, 4: Nominating Committee 3; Recreation Committee 3: Yonahian Staff 4: Member 
of Baptist Student Union 4. 



JO MARET 

Piedmont 1. 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree: Major. Mixed Science; Minor, Physical Education: Theta 
Zeta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary of Theta Zeta 1; President of Theta Zeta 2: Basketball 2. 4 
"P" Club 2. 3. 4; Secretary and Treasurer of "P" Club 4; I.R.C. 2; Recreation Committee 3 
Religious Committee 4 ; Member of Baptist Student Union 4 ; Business Manager of Yonahian 3 
Editor of Yonahian 4; Glee Club 1 ; Historian of Senior Class; Who's Who Among American 
Colleges and Universities 4. 



PATRICIA THOMASON 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree: Major. General Science; Minor. English: Glee Club 1. 2; 
Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Treasurer of Theta Zeta 2; President of Theta Zeta 4; Recreation 
Committee 2, 4; Cheer Leader 3; Basketball 4. 



DOROTHY SANDERS 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor. Social Science: Gamma Chi 1, 2. 
3. 4; President of Gamma Chi 4; Glee Club 1, 4. 



RUTH HUNTER 

Stetson University, Deland, Fla. 1, 2; Piedmont 3, 4; A.B. Degree: Major. Social Science: 
Minor. English; Band 1.2: Orchestra 1.2: Representative Student Government 2: Chorus 3. 4; 
Orchestra 3. 4; Gamma Chi 3. 4; Program Chairman 4. 



RURY MISSOURIE WILRANKS 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4: A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, History: Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary Junior Class. 



EMMA JO MESCHINE 

North Georgia College 1, 2, 3; Piedmont 4 : A.B. Degree; Major, Education; Trahlytan 1. 2. 3 
Recreation Council, 1.2: Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3; Physical Education Club 1.2: Gamma Chi 4. 



JAMES F. RAILEY 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Chemistry: Minor. Biology: Protropian 1. 2. 3. 4: 
Vice-President Protropian 4; President Freshman Class; Chairman of Honor Council 3; Recrea- 
tion Committee 4 ; Vice-President, Senior Class. 



TED LAW 

Piedmont 1, 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Physical Education; Minor. Biology; J. S. Green 
2, 3. 4; "P" Club 2. 3, 4: President "P" Club 4; Basketball 1.2; Baseball 2. 3. 



GERALD MINTER 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Physical Education; Minor, Biology; Basketball 
2, 3, 4; J. S. Green 2. 3, 4. 

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NELSON WOOD 

Piedmont College 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Social Science; Minor, Physical Education; 
Protropian 3, 4. 



LEAH ROSE GRUBBS 

Piedmont College 1. 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, Social Studies; Assembly 
Committee 1; Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Owl Staff 3; Secretary of Student Association 3; 
Torch Club 3. 



GLADYS IRENE FARMER 

University of Georgia 1; Young Harris College 2; Piedmont 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Ele- 
mentary Education; Minor. Social Science: Gamma Chi 4; Chorus 2. 



ELIZABETH KOPPE 

Piedmont College 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, Education; Orchestra 1, 2; 
Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2; Owl Staff 2; Religious Committee 4. 



JACK TERRY BROGDON 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major, English; Minor, Social Science; President, Freshman 
Class; Glee Club 1: Piano Student 1, 2, 4; Nominating Committee 2; President of Sophomore 
Class; Vice-President, Student Association 2; Organ Student 4; Orchestra 4. 



LESTER J. WALL 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major, Mathematics: Minor, Physical Education; Protropian 
2. 3, 4; Basketball 1,4; Softball 1,2. 



GEORGE LEDBETTER, JR. 

University of Georgia 1; Piedmont 2, 3. 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Business Administration: 
Minor, English; Veterans' Club 2. 



GLENN "PUG" BEARDEN 

Clemson College 1; Piedmont 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Business Administration; Minor, 
English: Veterans' Club; Protropian 2. 3, 4. 



BONA PUCKETT 

Piedmont College 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Physical Sciences; Minor, Mathematics; 
Owl Staff 1,2; Yonahian Staff 3; Basketball 2; Softball 2, 3; J. S. Green 3. 4; Vice-President, 
Junior Class. 



NOBLE WATSON SORROW 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major, Chemistry; Minor, Biology, Physics; Veterans' 
Club 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 2; Motion Picture Camera Operator 1, 3. 



DAVID COFFEE 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4: B.S. Degree; Major. Science; Minor, Mathematics. 

PAUL CARPENTER, JR. 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Major, Chemistry, Physics; Minor, History; B.S. Degree. 



BARBARA CROW 

Piedmont 1, 2. 3. 4; A.B. Degree: Major. Sociology; Minor. English; Thcta Zeta Phi 
1, 2. 3. 4; President of Theta Zeta 1; Cheerleader 2; President of Dance Club 3; Lyceum 
Committee 4. 



VIRGINIA LOUDERMILK 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree: Major. Biology; Minor, English; Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 3. 4. 



MILDRED SHIRLEY 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree; Major. General Science; Minor, English; Theta Zeta Phi 

1, 2. 3. 4: Treasurer, Sophomore Class; Owl Staff 2, 3, 4; Business Manager of Owl 4; 

I.R.C. Reporter 2: Drama Club 2. 3: Yonahian Staff 4; Debate Club 4; Secretary of Senior 
Class; Torch Club. 



JANE GOLDEN 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, History; Theta Zeta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatic and Radio Club 1, 2; Dance Club 2. 



CRYSTAL HARWELL 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, History; Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary of Gamma Chi 3; Treasurer of Gamma Chi 4; Secretary of Student Association 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Owl Staff 3; Budget Committee 3; Religious Committee 1. 



EDWIN HOLCOMBE 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major, General Science; Minor, English: Drama Club 

1, 2. 3, 4; Religious Committee 2; Cheerleader 3; J. S. Green 3, 4; Recreation Committee 

2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Delta Psi Omega 3, 4; Vice-President of Drama Club 3. 



HUBERT M. DAVIS 

Rabun Gap 1; Piedmont 2, 3. 4; A.B. Degree; Major, English; Minor, Social Sciences; Bas- 
ketball and Baseball 1; President of Delt3 Psi Omega 3, 4; President of Drama Club 3, 4; 
I.R.C. 4; Vice-President of I.R.C; Debate Club 4; J. S. Green 4; Softball 3; Social Science 
Committee Chairman 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4. 



ROSCOE H. LeCROY 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Social Science; Minor, English; Protropian 1, 2, 3, 4; 
President of Protropian 4; Veterans' Club 3, 4. 



CHARLES J. ELLIS 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3. 4; B.S. Degree; Major, Mathematics; Minor, Science; Veterans' Club 1; 
J. S. Green 4. 



JAY HENDERSON 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major, Business Administration; Minor. Social Science; 
Protropian 3, 4; Veterans' Club 1, 2. 



HARVEY KITCHENS 

Piedmont 1. 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Social Science; Minor, English; Veterans' Club 
1,2; Drama Club 3, 4; J. S. Green 4. 

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HENRY ROBINSON 

North Georgia College 1: University of Georgia 2: Piedmont 3, 4; B.S. Degree: Major, 
Physical Education; Minor, Social Science: Basketball 3; Baseball 3. 4: Coach of "B" Team 4: 
"P" Club 3, 4: President of Student Association 4: J. S. Green 3, 4: Who's Who Among 
Students of American Colleges and Universities. 



VIRGINIA LEARD 

Piedmont 1. 2. 4; University of Georgia 3: B.S. Degree: Major. Biology: Minor. English; 
Gamma Chi 1, 2. 4: Drama Club 4: Owl Staff 4: Treasurer Delta Psi Omega 4. 



HENRY SKIPPER 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Business Administration: Minor. Science: 
J. S. Green 1. 2. 3. 4: Veterans' Club 2, 3; Softball 1, 2. 3. 4; Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; Dance Club 1,2: "P" Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Delta Psi Omega 4. 



JIMMIE BEACHAM 

University of Georgia 1, 2; Piedmont 3. 4: B.S. Degree: Major. Physical Education: Minor, 
Biology; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; J. S. Green 4; "P" Club 3, 4. 



WILLIAM CRAGG 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; A.B. Degree: Major, Business Administration: Minor. Economics. 

JAMES M. TAYLOR 

University of Georgia 1; Piedmont 2, 3. 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Business Administration; 
Minor. Social Science. 

FRANK RUSSELL 

University of Georgia 3; Piedmont 1. 2, 4: B.S. Degree: Major. Physical Education; Minor. 
History; J. S. Green: "P" Club 1; Manager, Basketball Team 1. 

WILLIAM R. RIDGEWAY 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Social Science; Minor, English. 

FRANK FOSTER 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Physical Education; Minor. Biology: J. S. Green 
2, 3, 4; President, Senior Class 4. 

HOYT PURCELL 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. Degree; Major. Chemistry, Biology; Minor. English: Glee Club 
1, 3; Protropian 3. 4; Secretary of Prots 4: I.R.C. 2. 3; Vesper and Religious Committees 3. 

JO JORDAN 

University of Georgia 1; Piedmont 2, 3. 4: A.B. Degree; Major. English: Minor. Business 
Administration; Glee Club and Chorus 2: Drama Club 2: Gamma Chi 2. 3. 4; Treasurer. 
Student Association 3; Secretary, Honor Council 4; Cheerleader 3. 

AURELIA ALLISON 

Young Harris 1,2: Piedmont 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. Elementary Education; Minor. Social 
Science: Susan B. Society 1,2; Theta Zeta Phi 4. 

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JOHN HARDY 

Piedmont 1.2. J, 4; A.B. Degree: Major, Social Science; Minor. History. 

KATHLEEN CRAWFORD 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; A.B. Degree; Major. English; Minor, Business Administration; Theta 
Zeta Phi 1. 2. 3. 4. 

PERRY HENDRIX 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4; A.B. Degree: Major. English; Minor, Social Science. 

WICKY LOUDERMILK 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4; B.S. Degree: Major. Biology: Minor, Physical Education; Baseball 
1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; J. S. Green 1. 2, 3. 4; "P" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans' 
Club 3. 4: Honor Council 4. 

RETTY PAYNE 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: B.S. Degree: Major, Physical Education: Minor, Social Science, English; 
Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Secretary, Sophomore Class; Yonahian Staff 3, 4; 
Basketball 3: Secretary, Gamma Chi 4. 

CHARLENE WILLIAMS 

Piedmont 1. 2, 3. 4: A.B. Degree; Major. Social Science; Minor, Psychology; Gamma Chi 
1. 2, 3. 4; Pianist, Gamma Chi 1, 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Torch Club 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer of Torch Club 4; Religious Committee 1; Recreation 
Committee 3: Dance Club 3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges 3; Church Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Doris McManus — "I wanta go home." 

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Betty Morris and her faithful boy friend from 
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